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and when?" clinton said, as secretary of state, she never saw slain ambassador chris stevens' requests for more security sot: hillary clinton, fmr. secretary of state (d) presidential candidate :21- :27 "he did not raise security with me. he raised them with security officials" republicans charge, benghazi 2012 after u-s facilities were over-run on 9-11- 2012 clinton covered up sot: jim jordan,(r ) ohio :33-:37 "you knew the truth. that's not what the american people got." republicans have clinton emails. in one, to her family just after the attack, she blames an al qaeda like group. publicly she blamed anger over an anti muslim video sot: hillary clinton, fmr. secretary of state (d) presidential candidate :48- :52 "there was a lot of conflicting information that we were trying to make sense of" republican charged: she was protecting ... obama 2012 president obama, running for reelection, claiming he had al qaeda on the run. sot: jim jordan,(r ) ohio :59-1:07 "you can live with a protest about a video. that won't hurt you, but a terrorist attack will. so you can't be square with the american people" democrats charged today's hearing is about the 2016 election...an effort to derail clinton's campaign back to libyan emails. 2011 on the right 2012 on the left. was clinton ignoring the danger? she said she use memos and meetings sot: hillary clinton, fmr. secretary of state (d) presidential candidate 1:24-1:28 "i didn't have a computer. i did not do the vast majority of my work on email" q&a went on and on. audio outcue: i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. >> being out-trumped
a new poll says donald trump is being out-trumped by a republican rival in iowa. a quinnipiac university poll of likely iowa republican caucus-goers says ben carson now leads the g-o-p presidential field in the state with 28 percent. trump is second at 20 percent, followed by senator marco rubio at 13 percent and senator ted cruz at 10 percent. this is the first major poll showing trump trailing by a significant margin in an early primary or caucus state since june. a judge has dismissed a lawsuit that challenged the iowa utilities board's authority to give the power of eminent domain to an out-of-state oil pipeline developer. the bakken pipeline would carry crude oil through iowa on its way from north dakota to illinois. the case was argued in cherokee county court earlier this month. three landowners, filed the suit. they say pipeline developer dakota access is not eligible for eminent domain to take land because iowans would not benefit from using the pipeline as a utility. judge carl petersen has ruled the plaintiffs
administrative remedies before they can sue a state agency. the judge did not rule on whether dakota access is eligible for eminent domain. the 14th annual tri- state governor's conference brought together economic, business and political heads to siouxland this afternoon. iowa governor terry branstad, nebraska governor pete ricketts and south dakota governor dennis daugaard spoke to nearly 200 people about how far their states have come economically over the last few years. according to the bureau of labor statistics, in september 2015, nebraska has the second lowest unemployment rate in the nation at 2.9 percent. south dakota is fifth with 3.5 percent. and iowa is sixth with a 3.6 percent unemployment rate. "i'm proud that all three states have been working together on this for a long period of time focus on how we've can have that workforce to meet the needs of the jobs that are being created here in this siouxland area," said branstad. the tri-state governors say that begins at the student level. coming up at six we will look at what other areas the three governor's say needs
poverty, disease, lack of education. a siouxland group continues its fight to change lives half-a-world away. siouxland tanzania educational medical ministry will hold its 19th "night of hope" auction, tonight. ktiv's matt breen is the emcee for the event. he's with live link 4 to tell us more. matt? robert, stemm was founded in 1996, and organized in 1997. the founders led a group of 10 siouxland residents on the first trip to tanzania in 1997. from that experience, founder dr. steve meyer, and his wife dana, were inspired to find a means to provide ongoing assistance to the beautiful and desperate children of tanzania. the organizaaion offers education to the children of tanzania, medical care in a country where there's one doctor for every 100,000 people, and they've built and orphanage and, r rht now, are building a guest house on their property. tonight's auction funds those projects. there's a silent auction, which begins at 5:30pm. then the live auction follows at 7:00pm. you
can bid on 10 vacation homes... from hawaii to the florida keys... there's a 6-carat tanzanite pendant... and, tickets to the iowa- nebraska football game, in lincoln, on november 27th. tickets are available at the door. (matt) robert, we'll talk with one of the founders of stemm, and ask him why the mission is so important to him, and to the people of siouxland. that's tonight at six. looks like there's a chance of rain in our future. joining us with more details is chief meteorologist ron demers. clouds have been thickening today and our rain chances will continue to increase into tonight and we may have some rumbles of thunder as well. many of us could see a half inch to one inch of rain tonight into
issue" a safety issue that results in 3,000 people a year getting killed in crashes involving distracted news. >> the@danish toy maker lego said yesterday it's strugglingto in europe. lego spokesman said the popular company is investing millions to expand production in mexico, hungary and denmark, but it may not fulfill european orders. lego's plant in mexico supplies the u-s market and has geared up for chris clackum, nbc news. >> the danish toy maker lego said yesterday it's struggling to meet higher than expected demand in europe. a lego spokesman said the popular company is investing millions to expand production in mexico, hungary and denmark, but it may not fulfill european orders. lego's plant in mexico supplies the u-s market and has geared up
for increased american demand. it was a bit cooler today than the past few days. and it looks like showers could be in our future. ron's full forecast is coming up after the break. to disrupt the old order in washington, dc. we can do a lot better by applying conservative principles we should lower rates and simplify the code to allow people to freely decide how they want to spend their money.
see a half inch to one inch of rain tonight into friday with rain chances lessening the later into the day we get friday. this storm system moves out for the weekend with highs in the 60s expected for saturday and sunday under partly cloudy skies. a chance of showers returns by tuesday and then it will get even colder on the back side of that system with highs only in the 50s by
there's a new special character this morning on sesame street. yesterday, julia a character who has autism joined elmo, big bird and the rest of the sesame street family. julia is part of "sesame street and autism: see all in amazing children," an initiative launched wednesday to promote awareness about autism. the program is available as an app and on desktop. it includes daily routine cards and resources to help family, friends and others who encounter children with autism. when we come back....meet the 100 year-old woman who says she doesn't plan on quitting her job
in sioux city, this afternoon. seven centenarians, or those who live beyond 100 years of age, were recognized at the siouxland center for active generations. the honorees included amy becker, wiliam casey, cecile gay, anita gell, barbara middleton, anna rensink and ada wright. after getting to meet some of the centenarians, iowa representativ e, ron jorgensen, says he's picked up some secrets on how to reach the century-mark. "it's interesting just listening to their secrets to getting to one hundred," said iowa state representative, ron jorgensen. "i've heard taking naps helps them live a long life. others only drink water and coffee and stay away from smoking and drinking and being honest and telling the truth and stuff. i think it's good advice for all of us."
unable to make it to the event as planned, but he made sure to express his congratulations on living a long and meaningful life. a woman in buffalo, new york works six days a week washing clothes at a laundromat... and shows no signs of stopping any time soon... even a aage 100! alison digan hasashe story.
rich with my twenty five cent washers at that time. that was a long, long time ago." a long time ago. you wouldn't know it, but this busy lady was born in 1915. this past august, she turned 100 years old. she's been earning a living for the past 85 years and become a civic institution in the process. (sot: felimina rotundo, 100 years old) "i grew up during the depression, when things were really bad and you had to go to work at fifteen. it does something to you, you know. it makes you grow up fast." at an age where most would be content to simply be above ground, minnie works from 7 am to 6 pm monday through saturday, and she wouldn't have it any other way. (sot: felimina rotundo, 100 years old) "i talk to people all day. i d da few bundles. it's being out. getting up in the morning and you say, "i have to go to work.", it does something for yoyo and she has a few suggestiononfor her peers. (sot: felimina rotundo, 100 years old) "a lot of you old people: get out and do something. get out and do some workk too many ollpeople are retirinn too young. i don't think people should be sitting idle, doing nothing. that's a waste of time." she believes 75 is a respectable age to begin considering retirement, should
health be an issue. as for herself, minnie views her future a little more open ended. (sot: felimina rotundo, 100 years old) "i'm still here. you never know how long i'm going to work but i'll keep going until i can't walk any more. as long as god will let me, i go one day at a time. one day at a time." >> we'll be right back after the
seat, hillary clinton grilled for hours on the benghazi attacks that killed four americans. appearing calm even as tempers erupted. will her testimony today put the controversy behind her? killed in action. a raid to rescue dozens of prisoners from isis ends with the first american combat death in iraq in four years. why were u.s. forces in the fire fight to begin with? road rage confession a suspect in court after he admimied killing a 4-year-old girl in a highwa shooting. tonight our emotitial interview with the victim's family. driven to distraction. a wake-up call about all that hands-free technology in the car. a new warning about 27 critical seconds when you think you're focused on the road but in fact may be in real danger. "nightly news" begins